Rand Paul Discovers Easy Way To Rid America of Obamacare Forever

President Trump has a huge campaign promise to fill. That is to repeal Obamacare and unburden millions of suffering taxpayers. The burden is vast and spreads across all states and not only is Trump sick of it, but so is Rand Paul.

However, There is FINALLY some good news.

Senator Rand Paul just disclosed that President Trump is sick of the slow moving Congress. Trump is going to take matters into his own hands. If he takes executive action, it will permit insurers to offer cheaper insurance plans instead of saddling everyone with high premiums.

Kentucky Senator, Rand Paul, has announced to reporters that the President is considering taking executive actions to handle the Obamacare issue after Senator John McCain foiled the attempt to pass a bill that would potentially repeal Obamacare.

This would let big corporations like AARP. AARP represents retirees. It is also allowing business to integrate and negotiate with health insurance providers for lower premiums.

“Can you imagine the leverage you would get for drug prices and insurance prices if you were negotiating for 5 million people?” said Paul. “If you could legalize that, not only could it fix some of the problems that we are encountering in the individual market, there’s 28 million people without insurance because it’s too expensive. What if we forced the price down enough?”

Also, the President can approve state waivers to Medicaid and that would allow states to reduce the costs of Medicaid premiums and would permit states to implement an employment requirement and drug testing.

The President has also been putting pressure on Congress to go through on their commitments after a long 7 years. He said, “If a new HealthCare Bill is not approved quickly, BAILOUTS for Insurance Companies and BAILOUTS for Members of Congress will end very soon!”

What do you think of this? Let us know in the comments below.

2 COMMENTS

  1. President Trumph,we have to do something,I really dont think real people have a problem to go off Ins,for a short bit! If we don’t do something it is leading to single payer,and we know that will ruin our country!

  2. There is no easy way to end ACA, installer of program made sure of that. It is a horrible mix of globalism control, liberal ‘do good’ and healthcare oligopoly with everyone dipping their hand in and noone taking responsibility. This is so inefficient it is laughable.
    This was written to give the healthcare industry,and insurance companies in particular, the power to control healthcare disbursement in US without being accountable to any part of the government, especially any elected part of the government. In fact, we have to pay them cost sharing funds to make sure these very wealthy, profitable companies suffer no financial loss from being part of the ACA.
    So, do we get to see the books of Anthem, UHC, Blue Cross, etc.? Do they report to us, the citizens underwriting them, their activity in the ACA market? Of course not, they don’t even have to report to congress!
    National insurer Anthem’s profit soared in the first quarter of 2017, thanks to membership growth and higher premiums.
    The Indianapolis-based insurer, which is locked in a battle to acquire rival Cigna Corp., on Wednesday reported net income of $1 billion in the first quarter, an increase of 43.7% over the same time last year.
    Without funding for subsidies, Swedish estimated that rates could increase 20% or more. Moreover, if the annual tax on health insurance companies isn’t repealed, rates could increase an additional 3% to 5%, he said. http://www.modernhealthcare.com/article/20170426/NEWS/170429902

    While many insurers have said they need the CSRs in order to sell on exchanges in 2018, Dr. Molina said if the payments stopped this year, his company would send the federal government a notice of default and would seek to withdraw from marketplaces immediately. “This would result in 650,000 to 700,000 people losing insurance,” he said. While many insurers have said they need the CSRs in order to sell on exchanges in 2018, Dr. Molina said if the payments stopped this year, his company would send the federal government a notice of default and would seek to withdraw from marketplaces immediately. “This would result in 650,000 to 700,000 people losing insurance,” he said.

    A coalition that includes AHIP and other business groups, including the American Hospital Association and the U.S. Chamber of Commerce, continue to press Congress to appropriate money for this aspect of the ACA—and they’re saying that only a two-year commitment will protect this group.

    The coalition ran ads Thursday in publications that circulate on Capitol Hill reminding representatives that 70% of voters—and 68% of moderate-income conservatives—want the government to help low-income people with deductibles and co-pays.

    A coalition that includes AHIP and other business groups, including the American Hospital Association and the U.S. Chamber of Commerce, continue to press Congress to appropriate money for this aspect of the ACA—and they’re saying that only a two-year commitment will protect this group.

    The coalition ran ads Thursday in publications that circulate on Capitol Hill reminding representatives that 70% of voters—and 68% of moderate-income conservatives—want the government to help low-income people with deductibles and co-pays. While many insurers have said they need the CSRs in order to sell on exchanges in 2018, Dr. Molina said if the payments stopped this year, his company would send the federal government a notice of default and would seek to withdraw from marketplaces immediately. “This would result in 650,000 to 700,000 people losing insurance,” he said.

    A coalition that includes AHIP and other business groups, including the American Hospital Association and the U.S. Chamber of Commerce, continue to press Congress to appropriate money for this aspect of the ACA—and they’re saying that only a two-year commitment will protect this group.

    The coalition ran ads Thursday in publications that circulate on Capitol Hill reminding representatives that 70% of voters—and 68% of moderate-income conservatives—want the government to help low-income people with deductibles and co-pays.While many insurers have said they need the CSRs in order to sell on exchanges in 2018, Dr. Molina said if the payments stopped this year, his company would send the federal government a notice of default and would seek to withdraw from marketplaces immediately. “This would result in 650,000 to 700,000 people losing insurance,” he said.

    A coalition that includes AHIP and other business groups, including the American Hospital Association and the U.S. Chamber of Commerce, continue to press Congress to appropriate money for this aspect of the ACA—and they’re saying that only a two-year commitment will protect this group.

    The coalition ran ads Thursday in publications that circulate on Capitol Hill reminding representatives that 70% of voters—and 68% of moderate-income conservatives—want the government to help low-income people with deductibles and co-pays.While many insurers have said they need the CSRs in order to sell on exchanges in 2018, Dr. Molina said if the payments stopped this year, his company would send the federal government a notice of default and would seek to withdraw from marketplaces immediately. “This would result in 650,000 to 700,000 people losing insurance,” he said.

    A coalition that includes AHIP and other business groups, including the American Hospital Association and the U.S. Chamber of Commerce, continue to press Congress to appropriate money for this aspect of the ACA—and they’re saying that only a two-year commitment will protect this group.

    The coalition ran ads Thursday in publications that circulate on Capitol Hill reminding representatives that 70% of voters—and 68% of moderate-income conservatives—want the government to help low-income people with deductibles and co-ays. http://www.modernhealthcare.com/article/20170427/NEWS/170429884

    WHERE IS MY COALITION? WHO REPRESENTS ME THE VOTER TO CONGRESS TELLING THEM MY TAX DOLLARS ARE NOT TO PAY SUBSIDIES TO PRIVATE HEALTH INSURERS? Seriously, our ineffiecient government is going to pass my tax money to a private company to run a government subsidy!! How much bloat does this involve – limitless I’ll say!

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